Warning To All Moms With Small Babies! Changing Tables In Bathrooms Can Be Dangerous

Most mothers know that going out with their baby means carrying a whole suitcase for any unforeseen event, including diapers, wet wipes, cre...

Most mothers know that going out with their baby means carrying a whole suitcase for any unforeseen event, including diapers, wet wipes, creams, talcum powder, bottles, powdered milk, another change of clothes, etc. Going outside can seem like an adventure as if you were going on a trip, however, everything is necessary, since in any public place if the necessary hygienic measures are not taken, the little one can contract some type of infection.

A post by Jessica Wayman charged fear and controversy to many mothers who use the public diaper changing rooms, as she warned of the dangers they have for babies. According to Jessica, despite the fact that mothers bring a blanket to place their child on the changing table, she suggests that it should be cleaned with disinfectant towels before doing so, since many times she has found black stripes that indicate that the Changing tables are used by people addicted to drugs as if they were tables to crush the product. The problem is that if the baby puts the blanket in his mouth, it can cause serious damage.

The post may be true, however, it is important to take these safety and hygiene measures before changing your baby in a public place:

1. Strong and stable

Many of the public changing tables have been used for years, so they can be unstable and resistant, so make sure before placing your baby that it is not damaged and that it is strong enough to support the weight. To do it, you just have to press with your body and lean on the changing table, so you will see if it is stable to avoid an unforeseen event. Remember it is better to be safe than sorry.

2. Height

Although public changing tables are placed at a standard height, you should know that not all of us have the same size, therefore, if you are short, take a small bench with you to reach and be comfortable when you change your baby. Since the moment of hygiene is important for your little one, because it is where he will feel more pampered and pampered, therefore you must be at his height for his safety and yours.

3. Clean before laying a blanket

It never hurts to clean the changing table with some disinfectant towels or a cotton swab with alcohol, to avoid any type of bacteria or virus that can cause illness in your baby. Then lay down a blanket and change it with confidence. Make sure that the blanket you use for the changes is exclusively for that purpose and not to later cover or cover your little one.

4. Have everything you need

If possible, always ask for help or go accompanied by someone to a public changing room, to help you have everything at hand (diaper, wet wipes, talcum powder, creams) and not neglect your baby for a second, since it usually happens that sometimes the little ones roll or do somersaults and fall seriously injuring themselves. Remember the importance of observing all the time.

5. Wipe clean

Thinking about the safety and hygiene of others is a humanitarian act, so I recommend that you always leave the public changing room clean and disinfected so that someone else can use it, regardless of whether the other mom is cautious or not.

These safety and hygiene measures are not only for diaper changes but also for bathrooms in general. Be very careful when your little one is older and uses the toilet, always accompany him and disinfect him before using it, as well as instruct him to wash his hands after going to the bathroom. Take care of your child's health and be more cautious, it doesn't matter if you carry a whole suitcase, safety comes first.



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